Internet Explorer 11 is not supported

For optimal browsing, we recommend Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers.

“Especially since I’ve met the parents. It’s 100 percent real.”

Alex Jones, admitting that the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre did, in fact, happen. Jones is currently on trial for allegedly defaming the parents of a 6-year-old boy who was killed in the 2012 mass shooting in Newton, Conn., by perpetuating false claims that the 2012 shooting didn’t happen and that no one died through his media company and website; the couple is seeking $150 million for defamation and emotional distress. Jones has claimed the lawsuit is an attack on his First Amendment rights. (Associated Press — Aug. 3, 2022)

More Quotes
  • Former President Donald Trump, in a statement regarding his endorsement for the Missouri Senate race, a hotly contested race between two candidates named Eric: Eric Greitens, former state governor, and Eric Schmitt, the state attorney general. There is even a third, lesser-known candidate named Eric McElroy. When asked to clarify which Eric he was supporting, Trump said his statement “speaks for itself.” Both Greitens and Schmitt claimed Trump’s endorsement in Tweets that were sent just 11 minutes apart. (Reuters — Aug. 1, 2022)
  • New York Gov. Kathy Hochul, regarding the fact that a minimum-wage worker in New York would need to work for 26 weeks to be able to afford child care for their family. Many states are considering greater financial investments in child care to make it more affordable and accessible for families. (Associated Press — July 31, 2022)
  • California Gov. Gavin Newsom, regarding the state’s plan to make and sell its own insulin so that the diabetes medicine can be sold for a much cheaper price. (Associated Press — July 29, 2022)
  • Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear, regarding the torrential rains that have unleashed on central Appalachia, including eastern Kentucky, western Virginia and southern West Virginia. Storms have dumped several inches of rain over the past few days, causing flash flooding across the region. (Associated Press — July 28, 2022)
Special Projects